Nigel Donnelly

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Elddis Caravans is breaking new ground for major caravan manufacturers by hosting a factory open weekend for caravan buyers.

The event, over the weekend of the 17-18th September gives potential customers the chance to see every 2012 Elddis in one place.

Managing director Rob Quine has high hopes for this unique event.

Elddis Caravans is breaking new ground for major caravan manufacturers by hosting a factory open weekend for caravan buyers. 

 

The event, over the weekend of the 17-18th September gives potential customers the chance to see every 2012 Elddis in one place. 

 

Managing director Rob Quine has high hopes for this unique event.

 

'This is a first and unique for the industry as no manufacturer has ever attempted to hold an open day where retail customers can view the compete range of motorhomes and touring caravans in one place. Outside the major shows, retailers are unlikely to be able to show customers the complete range of Elddis tourers on a single day on a single site, so this represents a fantastic opportunity for those considering purchasing a motorhome or tourer at the present time' 

 

Showing off

As well as sniffing around all the smart new products, visitors will also have the chance to take part in a tour of the factory which is on the edge of Consett in County Durham. 

 

Elddis promises exclusive show deals on vans sold at the show and a range of activities will be onsite to keep the kids amused while mum and dad survey the new 2012 models.

 

Entry to the event is free and gates are open between 10am and 4pm.

 

To pre-register for the event, click here

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